Devil in Winter

Devil in Winter  - Lisa Kleypas Yeah, I'm done. Evie's just so unfeministic. It's like she has a thing against feminists, or something. She stands up to her uncles and her families, but when Sebastian comes along, she's like "Yes, I will do whatever you want me to do, even when you're a jerk, because's you're so sexy." My reaction: "...what? Did you hear that? I think [b:Quintana of Charyn|10165761|Quintana of Charyn (Lumatere Chronicles, #3)|Melina Marchetta||15064476] is calling me! I'm coming, Quintana!"

EDIT (2/5/2014):
Finished it for real. Not better at the end. It would have been a 2-star-read except for the romanticization of rape and the male chauvinism, even in females. I mean, really. Evie said "no" to St. Vincent at least three times, and St. Vincent even said "no" to Evie. "No" means NO, guys! Unlike [b:The Duke and I|110391|The Duke and I (Bridgertons, #1)|Julia Quinn||846763], the chauvinism is not tongue-in-cheek, and [a:Lisa Kleypas|27847|Lisa Kleypas|] means every word. And how is Cam more interesting than St. Vincent? Just askin'.